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Hillary Rodham Clinton, flanked by the Rev. Eugene F. Rivers 3d and Jacqueline Rivers, at the Ella J. Baker dinner.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, flanked by the Rev. Eugene F. Rivers 3d and Jacqueline Rivers, at the Ella J. Baker dinner. (Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez) Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez

Sen. Clinton urges use of faith-based initiatives

By Michael Jonas
Globe Correspondent / January 20, 2005

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On the eve of the presidential inauguration, US Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton last night embraced an issue some pundits say helped seal a second term for George W. Bush: acceptance of the role of faith in addressing social ills. (Full article: 735 words)

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